Hillary Clinton's victory speech in New Hampshire showed clearly that someone in her campaign was following carefully the responses to her Iowa concession speech. Look behind her: no Wes Clark, no Madeleine Albright, even Bill and Chelsea stood a distance away from the podium. But what you will see is lots and lots of young people, defying the conventional wisdom that her demographic was the older voter. What struck me most about Hillary's speech was how on target Jesse's analysis of her being a "worker" was. See if you can hear all her worker cues.